Doggedly universalistic, obligation-free, and relentlessly focused on self-revelation.
The public commentator Reza Aslan recently announced on Twitter that “Iran currently has the highest number of US college alums serving in any foreign government. . .
Contrary to Reza Aslan’s claims, Jesus was not an intolerant ethnocentric nationalist—and neither were the majority of Jews at the time.
Reza Aslan’s recent addition to “real Jesus” literature raises a familiar problem: the quest to make Jesus more comprehensible makes Christianity’s origins more mysterious.